Category: The Spurgeon Collection (Page 3 of 3)

My Leanness :: Charles Spurgeon

“The illfavoured and leanfleshed kine did eat up the seven wellfavoured and fat kine.”—Genesis 41:4.
Pharaoh’s dream has too often been my waking experience. My days of sloth have ruinously destroyed all that I had achieved in times of zealous industry; my seasons of coldness have frozen all the genial glow of my periods of fervency and enthusiasm; and my fits of worldliness have thrown me back from my advances in the divine life.

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Like Unto Us :: Charles Spurgeon

“Art thou become like unto us?”—Isaiah 14:10.
What must be the apostate professor’s doom when his naked soul appears before God? How will he bear that voice, “Depart, ye cursed; thou hast rejected me, and I reject thee; thou hast played the harlot, and departed from Me: I also have banished thee for ever from my presence, and will not have mercy upon thee.”

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